Essential 3 for Immune Support
Liposomal Vitamin C
Liposomal Vitamin D
Zinc plus Selenium
Liposomal Vitamin C
Because your body can’t make its own vitamin C, it depends on one of the two primary ways to meet its needs: eating plentiful vitamin C-containing fruits and vegetables every day or supplementing with vitamin C, either by taking it orally or receiving it intravenously (IV) (not practical for most people).
One of the main challenges with taking an oral vitamin C supplement is that you typically only absorb a small percentage of the vitamin, possibly less than 20 percent. The balance stays behind in your colon and attracts water, which can cause loose stools.
Traditional oral vitamin C can also potentially cause occasional gastrointestinal distress. It’s typically not well tolerated in the more beneficial higher doses and can cause intestinal discomfort.
My Liposomal Vitamin C, which incorporates special liposomal technology, helps reduce the potential gastrointestinal distress that can accompany higher levels of traditional oral vitamin C.* Scientific research also suggests that liposomes may increase vitamin C’s bioavailability.*
Liposomal Vitamin C provides a more practical and effective way to complement your diet with vitamin C than traditional oral vitamin C. It:
Incorporates phospholipids to help protect the vitamin C and aid in the formation of liposomes in the stomach*
Liposomes can form in the GI tract, surrounding some of the vitamin C molecules, for higher bioavailability potential and protection against occasional intestinal discomfort*
Includes a sunflower lecithin emulsifier, thereby totally avoiding soy
Delivers vitamin C in a high-quality, tightly sealed hard-shell capsule that may be superior to other oral delivery systems in terms of leakage protection*
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Liposomal Vitamin D
With estimates of nine out of 10 Americans – and likely countless others living in the Northern hemisphere – possibly being deficient in vitamin D3 or cholecalciferol, a reliable option for supplementation is needed.
Doctor-prescribed vitamin D is often the inferior vitamin D2 form, ergocalciferol. Other traditional vitamin D can be challenging to absorb, especially for certain groups of people.
My exclusive Liposomal Vitamin D3 contains phospholipids from sunflower lecithin to help aid absorption. There is evidence to suggest that, when mixed with water like what happens in your gastrointestinal tract, these phospholipids create liposomes that can help the nutrient gain entry across your gut membrane to its target organs and cells.*
With this advanced liposomal technology, you don’t need to rely on your digestive system to break the vitamin D3 down into absorbable fragments as it must with non-liposomal vitamin D.
Packed in protective Licaps capsules instead of oxygen-permeable soft gels, my Liposomal Vitamin D3:
Incorporates phospholipids from sunflower lecithin to help protect your cell membranes and aid in the formation of liposomes in the stomach.* My sunflower lecithin is free of aflatoxin, a harmful carcinogen that can grow on sunflower seeds if improperly stored.
Allows liposomes to form in the body, surrounding many of the vitamin D3 molecules, for higher-bioavailability potential.*
Delivers vitamin D3 in a high-quality, tightly sealed Licaps capsule that may be superior to other oral delivery systems in terms of leakage protection.*
Comes from a world-leading quality manufacturer with more than a century of experience and innovative delivery technologies.
Provides a practical and effective way to help you get the vitamin D3 your body needs.*
Contains no soy or bioengineered ingredients.
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Live in Canada? Check out our lower dose Vitamin D 1,000 IU
that can ship to Canada. Please note that the Liposomal Vitamin D 5,000 IU cannot be shipped to Canada due to shipping restrictions.
Zinc plus Selenium
Zinc deficiency is a widespread concern for people around the world – nearly 1 in 3 individuals may be deficient. Because the signs of a zinc deficiency mimic those of other common disorders, it’s often overlooked.
Even if you’re getting enough zinc in your diet, certain conditions can keep you from absorbing and utilizing this vital mineral. Stress, pregnancy, eating a vegetarian diet or one that’s high in grains, legumes, seeds and nuts, and simply being over 60 puts you at a higher risk of being deficient.
Zinc plays a critical role in immune function, healthy cell growth, and a healthy inflammatory response, so you want to make sure a zinc deficiency isn’t affecting your health.*
Selenium is another mineral that may be just as important as zinc for healthy cells and overall health support.* However, when it comes to supplements, not all selenium supplements are the same.
Studies show that a specific form of standardized selenium-enriched yeast is a more effective form. It is the full protein form of selenium compared with a single amino acid form like selenomethionine, which is more commonly found in selenium supplements and in multivitamins.
This bioavailable fermented yeast (contains no unhealthy active yeast!) is able to accumulate and incorporate selenium right into the protein structure. This helps to significantly reduce the biomarkers for oxidative stress in your body.*
Many parts of the U.S. as well as Europe, Australia, Russia, New Zealand and China have low soil levels of selenium, increasing your risk for deficiency.
Because supplementing with any type of zinc can reduce your copper, an important micronutrient, we’ve added a very small amount of copper to our Zinc Plus Selenium.
Your age, your diet, your current health status, your lifestyle, and even your zip code may be placing you at a greater risk for a zinc or selenium deficiency or both.
Don’t take chances. Order our bioavailable and balanced Zinc Plus Selenium today for your peace of mind for healthy cells, a healthy immune response, your cognitive health, as well as a healthy metabolism, bones, and vision.*
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